Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rm Plc LSE:RM. London Ordinary Share GB00BJT0FF39 ORD 2 2/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 237.00 221.00 232.00 - 0.00 08:21:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 189.0 10.5 10.2 23.2 199

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Thanks for the news - I think I wll stick with them for a while, they are in at a large exhibition in london this week, with an analyst meeting RM BETT 2007 10 January 2007 RM demonstrates innovation and inspiration at BETT 2007 RM will have a major presence at BETT 2007, the world's largest educational ICT exhibition and conference, which opens today at Olympia, London. The Group's six stands (representing RM, TTS, Softease and Sentinel) will show a wide range of new and improved products and services. In addition, this year RM is hosting the 'Inspiration Centre' at the nearby Olympia 2 conference centre, providing an opportunity for visitors to attend seminars, see innovative new technology in action, or catch up with RM colleagues during the four days of the show. Analyst and investor briefings RM will host briefings for investment analysts and institutional investors during the four days of BETT. These briefings will include product demonstrations, a visit to the show and a presentation from senior management. No update on trading will be given. Tiger
Sorry for the unwelcome news Tiger but Altium have a broker update to Reduce and a price target of £1.80.
Forgot to mention Northgate Information will also do well on schools programme they also had recent announcement with wins Tiger
Keep your eye on RM. in 2007 With the government spending £billions of pounds on schools for the Future Programme RM are well placed to increase their intake of business, they have recently announced a number of wins. Its early days for RM because a lot of the schools are being constructed or about to be constructed same for Universities & acadamies a large building project planned and underway. Almost every town within the UK have schools being built or about to be built long term this share has a good future,its also won awards for its software. recent announcement 3 January 2007 RM selected for Becta Learning Platform Services Framework RM has been selected by Becta as part of the Becta Learning Platform Services Framework. The Becta Learning Platform Services Framework is intended to provide UK schools, colleges and local authorities with an EU-approved supplier network, delivering high quality, value for money learning platform services. A limited number of suppliers were selected for the Framework following a rigorous Worth a punt Tiger evaluation against a comprehensive set of technical, educational, financial and service delivery criteria. Tim Pearson, CEO of RM, said: "With our innovative Kaleidos Learning Platform service, RM is already a leader in the learning platform arena. We provide learning platform services for a number of local authorities in England and, through the Glow project
Just in case any RM holders/traders don't will be going on to the SETSMM trading system on Monday week (11th July). IMO that will mean wider spreads a lot of the time, plus worse liquidity - we'll soon see!
results weak. investment to rise - return not likely to be seen till 2007 SHORT this fellow down HH. Short from 190.
Rising prices picked up RM quite early check out for the weekly scan for rising shares have a look at the hall of fame
charles henderson
any one fancy commenting on the chart?
Well the volume spike of last week explained - and a break on new (recent) high. LONDON (AFX) - RM PLC said that following the sale of 1,100,000 shares on March 9, one of the company's founders, Michael Fischer, no longer has a disclosable interest of 3 pct or greater of the company's share capital.
I'm not sure that moves up or down on low volume are all that significant. Best to stop watching the trades and just put these away and wait for them to get back to 4 quid in a couple of years time.
Am the the only one posting here. Ticking up again with no trades. This has to be good.
here we go
It looks as though the additional listings was the reason the price had been going down. Now that this news is out the share price should start to sail again. Chart looks very good. Price is going up with only a few buys. Got to be good.
Looks as though the sellers have all gone and the buyers are back. Charts suggest a nice uptrend with a good run to the upside.
I think we will see a lot of buys today and hopefully an increase in price.
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The length of time and effort it takes, to get from preferred-bidder or sole-bidder status to actually signing a deal, can cost a fortune. The longer/costlier the time, the greater the negotiated margins need to be to recover those costs - otherwise it can be several years into the contract term before gains move ahead of costs. I wouldn't expect RM to publicly reveal what terms they negotiated (although the local authority accounts over time would do so for anyone keen enough to check against RM's declared contract value), but presumably some analysts will have been given enough clues to make a judgment.
from Holway: 16 Feb 2005 15:18 RM signs £17m PFI deal with Lambeth LEA Tola Sargeant RM, supplier of ICT and other services to the UK education sector, has signed a £17.1m/8-year PFI contract to deliver a 'Connected Learning' service to schools in Lambeth Local Education Authority (LEA). Under the agreement, RM will provide a complete educational ICT service for six mainstream secondary schools, two secondary special schools and two pupil referral units. In addition to the initial commissioning of the service, RM is responsible for the day-to-day management and one major strategic technology refresh. RM announced that it was the sole bidder for this project almost a year ago (26th March 2004). Comment: It's really no surprise that RM came out on top in this competition. Scale, experience of large, PFI-style contracts and a track record in education ICT will all have been important considerations for the DfES; and RM has ticks in all the right boxes. The education-focused player tops Ovum's Education rankings with UK S/ITS revenues from the sector of over £120m in its latest fiscal year. As such it is comfortably ahead of the sector's #2 player, Capita, which has comparable revenues of c£100m, and the rest of the pack whose education S/ITS revenues typically range from £10-£40m. What is more, RM can now lay claim to supplying three of the Department for Education and Skills' four Pathfinder ICT projects. The other two it secured are with Newham (£20m) and Warwickshire (£16m). The experience RM has gained from bidding for (and winning) these PFI deals ought to stand it in good stead for the next major opportunity in th! e UK education sector: the Government's Building Schools for the Future initiative, the first wave of which is scheduled to begin in early 2006.
Just bought back in. News looks good and charts seem excellent
RM awarded £17.1 million Lambeth LEA 'Connected Learning' ICT PFI project 16 Feb 2005 RM plc, the UK's leading supplier of ICT and other services to education, has signed a £17.1 million PFI contract to deliver a Connected Learning service to schools in Lambeth LEA (Local Education Authority). The Group announced on the 26th March 2004 that it was the sole bidder for this educational ICT project. Under the eight-year contract, RM will provide a complete educational ICT service for 6 main-stream secondary schools, 2 secondary special schools and 2 Pupil Referral Units in Lambeth. This service will include fully managed Community Connect networks in each school, along with a range of digital learning resources hosted within RM's Kaleidos virtual learning environment. RM will be responsible for the initial commissioning of the service, day-to-day management over the eight-year contract term, and a major strategic 'refresh' during the life of the project. Commenting on the award of the contract, Phyllis Dunipace, Executive Director of Education for Lambeth LEA, said: "We are delighted to be embarking on an eight year strategic partnership with RM designed to improve both efficiency and standards of teaching and learning in the schools that have chosen to participate. "The Lambeth Connected Learning Project is one of four special projects selected by the government to find effective ways of using technology to transform education." Tim Pearson, CEO of RM, added: "The Lambeth project is the third of three DfES ICT PFI projects that we have bid for and won. Each project focuses on a different approach to educational ICT, and the three projects together demonstrate RM's unique ability to deliver sophisticated ICT systems that help teachers teach and learners learn. "As with our other recent PFI projects, the Lambeth LEA Connected Learning service builds on RM's Learning Platform architecture. The knowledge and experience we have gained through bidding and delivering these PFI contracts - and our other strategic education projects - position us well for the DfES' Building Schools for the Future initiative." - Ends - Notes to Editors: The Lambeth PFI project is the last of four pathfinder DfES-funded contracts to be awarded, all of which are aimed at raising educational standards through the innovative application of Information Communication Technologies. RM has bid for and won three of these projects (Lambeth LEA, Newham LEA and Warwickshire LEA). Service delivery will start in May 2005 and turnover from the contract is expected to be broadly flat across the life of the project. Financing for the PFI element of the project will be provided for from RM's cash resources. The peak financing requirement is expected to be £4 million in 2006. Note that this is in addition to the Group's usual underlying capital expenditure and the previously reported £8.2 million capital expenditure requirement of the Warwickshire, Newham and Dudley PFI projects. For Further information contact: Mike Greig/Phil Hemmings, RM plc 08709 200200 Fiona Laffan/Mark Antelme, Brunswick 020 7404 5959
i am in a similar position blueM. I am up 120% and am wondering what to do now. the share is going up, so no problems there. £2 is going to be a big barrier, but if it clears this then we should see £2.40. are their any experienced chartists who have a view on this share ? Opinions appreciated.
Been holding this stock now for nearly 2 years and made 100% profit. Wish I could say the same about some of my other picks. Just sold today. No particular reason but when do you sell. The charts still look good so just being cautious and banking the profits while I can. If the price drops I will probably go back in.
Seven MMs have upped their prices since the last visible trade.. (just a big 1:22pm buy to show later?) Upped my sbet..
Perfect chart almost.
ben gunn
10.30am today and things start happening ? whats going on i wonder ?
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